2 Generations Rally

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The first to come up with a formula to encourage families and younger people to engage in some mild competition while enjoying classic cars, the 2 Generations Classic was first run in 2016 and proved to be an immediate success.  Run by the Belgian SeaSunRally Organisation, who have been organising longer-distance events since 1996, mostly in the Mediterranean, this year’s two-day 2 Generations Rally will start and finish in Namur in Belgium on 24-25 August and explore the backroads of Gaume and Luxembourg in the Ardennes.

To guarantee the quality of the welcome, the entry is limited to 80 cars, with priority given to father-son/mother-daughter crews and vice versa.  Depending on the number of places available, participation will be open to uncles, aunts, nephews and nieces.  For cars built between 1920 and 1983.  See seasunrally.com (be sure to use the French version of the site) for details and entries.

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